Zebras, Villa Carlos Paz, Sunday night. Late. Might have been Monday morning. And the DJ has the crowd jumping. Jumping.
Fresh from covering all-comers in a fine drizzle of champagne from atop the bar, DJ Kris has arrived on the decks. And he's on form. Or, should I say, he's still on form.
Last week was the week of his life behind the wheel. The Northern Irishman's drive to his maiden World Rally Championship victory was one of the most self-assured, mature and sensible demonstrations of what could be achieved in a Citroen DS3 WRC since Sebastien Loeb's career change.